On Monday afternoon via an Instagram post, outspoken dancehall icon Bounty Killer announced the reinstatement of his U.K. Visa, defying the narratives of his naysayers and signalling a new chapter in his career.
He expressed his triumph with a confident statement,
“F**ka dem mi nuh stuck again🤩🥳
New albomb new visa it’s a new arising like the phoenix so who fi start loose weight sh*t piss and vamit do it now poooosie unuh said mi couldn’t get back nuh visa but a GOD in control never will i ever bow stoop bend nor sell out a BHAD MAN TING😎.”
This development opens the doors for Bounty Killer to perform and connect with his fans in the United Kingdom in the near future, a moment celebrated not only by his compatriots but also by a fervent dancehall fan base. Just days prior, the artist, in an interview, had openly discussed the devastating impact of his prolonged inability to travel, especially to the United States, which significantly affected his music career and family life.
Despite the challenges he faced over the past 13 years due to visa restrictions, Bounty Killer acknowledged the role of social media in bridging the gap between him and his fans. However, he emphasized that digital interactions can never fully replace the personal connections and experiences he missed out on during this period.
Notably, the Warlord previously speculated that his association with the convicted drug lord Christopher’ Dudus’ Coke may have contributed to his visa revocation. During said interview, he clarified that a minor marijuana charge in the U.S., involving less than five grams, was not a substantial reason for the restriction. He revealed that he had been travelling on waivers for over a decade before his weed charge became problematic as marijuana laws evolved.
Now, with his U.K. Visa reinstated, Bounty Killer remains resolute in his determination to continue his musical journey, undeterred by the past challenges and restrictions imposed on him, firmly asserting that he will persevere despite the odds.
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